1 Park near Vidalia, Louisiana
Dec 2015 - $54.00
Local civics leader runs this park, met us upon arriving. It is a gorgeous tract of land on the banks of the Mississippi leased from the city of Vidalia, just across from Natchez. Sites on the southern half are all pull-thrus arrayed in three long rows. Gravel driveways, but concrete pads make it suitable in wet weather (paving would render it perfect). There is a broad expanse of lush grass between each site, large trees shade the lawn between the park and the river. The city has put in a walking path along the bank -- Manager says a round trip is one and half miles -- and he hopes it eventually is lengthened to provide better flood control.
The only difficulty we experienced was one common to this era of wireless: our Internet connection was prone to disconnects, we had to resort to using iPhones as hotspots instead.
The pads are 60 feet, which meant our 65' combo length spilled over just a little. People were parking trailers on the bordering grass behind the back row, as we did with our car. That might be problematic with a full park, but we were here just prior to New Years Eve, and the park had about 15% occupancy. That alone made it one of the most scenic parks I've ever visited. - Andy KayCee & Havana
Dec 2015 - $1.00
Right on the Mississippi across from Natchez. Gravel and grass sites. Cable and great wifi, we streamed netflix with it. 1 minute walk to sit on the levee and watch the river tugs, beautiful. We want to return and stay here for the yearly balloon races. - ChiefET
Nov 2015 - $39.00
As you come from Natchez, use left lane on bridge and take the first left as you leave the bridge continuing for a mile to park entrance on left. The access road we found newly paved but interior roads are gravel. Our site was spacious, pull thru concrete facing the Mississippi River, strong utilities, quiet except for river barge traffic, friendly staff, pool and hot tub. Overall, a good experience and is definitely big rig friendly. Will return. - RJourney